CSI: NY (2004–2013)
The New York CSIs are introduced in CSI: Miami: MIA/NYC Nonstop (2004).
Four months before the show premier, we're introduced to the cast of CSI:NY
Kenny mentions the show during the Brass Balls game
Gary Sinese mentioned in reference to CSI
A billboard for CSI: New York is seen at Empires Stadium a few times.
While watching Blue Murder, Carl says crimes are never solved in an hour by a detective who looks like a runway model, prompting Deb to say "that's why there's no CSI: Pittsburgh."
correct response in "Arresting Television" category
title mentioned in passing
Mac Taylor of the New York CSI team comes to Miami to help Horatio track down a serial killer. The pursuit concludes in CSI: NY: Manhattan Manhunt (2005).
Mentioned by Lenny.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
A promo for some CBS shows is shown.
set & still photo shown
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Who"
mentioned by Donna
Mentioned in Hill Harper's introduction
mentioned in dialogue
Doug mentions this show when he tells Claire he watches a lot of TV.
Gary Sinise mentions this show during the interview
Jay says he watched the New York version of "CSI" -- "Charlie Sheen Intoxicated"
Leonard and Howard discuss the CSI series of shows.
Title mentioned by angry audience member from New York
Woody says, "If there is a murder to be solved, no one is better than me. . . . Well, maybe Gary Sinise."
Mac Taylor comes to Las Vegas in the first part of a two-part crossover with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) that concludes on CSI: NY: Seth and Apep (2013).
Clips shown in a split-screen when a segment on Who Are You mentions that songs by The Who were used as themes for all three CSI franchises.
Spoofed in the CBS crime drama ad